Joe Lanzoni has over 18 years of experience in the lightning protection, electrical grounding and surge protection industries. He has conducted numerous site inspections of industrial and commercial facilities, for the purposes of evaluating lightning protection, grounding and surge protection systems. These sites have included chemical production plants, refineries, petroleum storage facilities, water treatment plants, data centers, power generating stations, broadcasting and cellular tower sites, substations and NASA facilities.
During the course of his career Mr. Lanzoni has published and/or presented numerous technical papers regarding electrical grounding and lightning protection, such as Improving Lightning Safety of Petroleum Storage Tanks, Electrical Grounding in Mountainous Regions and Enhancement of Lightning Performance of T&D Lines. He is also an active member of the following national technical committees: National Fire Protection Association committee for standard 780, Installation of Lightning Protection Systems American Petroleum Institute committee for RP 545, Lightning Protection of Aboveground Storage Tanks for Flammable or Combustible Liquids National Fire Protection Association committee for the National Electrical Grounding Research Project
Mr. Lanzoni has over 24 years of experience with manufacturers of engineered equipment. He has an Engineering degree from Lehigh University, a Master’s degree from University of San Diego and is a member of Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.